Right On Cue – Jeremiah Wright returns to Knock Barack Obama and White Eliteism

Wright opened up his sermon at the Florida Avenue Baptist Church Sunday by reading from the Book of Isaiah and speaking of the importance of foundational stones. Using that as a metaphor, Wright proceeded to list dozens of names that he suggested were foundational stones for the black community, from Nat Turner to Emmett Till to W.E.B Du Bois.

He then seemingly took a shot at his former parishioner, President Obama.

“They are the foundation,” he said of the names he listed.

“These stones of memory shall serve as a sign among you so that in the future when your children, who only know Oprah and Obama, when our children who speak the language of Nas, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne (Weezy) and Ludacris. When your children ask you who are these people and what do these stones mean, these stones mean, you can tell them what it is that God did to get us from where we were to where we are.”

“Take a baby born an African, as an African in the oven,” he said, using Malcolm X’s saying “just because a cat has kittens in the oven, that doesn’t make them biscuits” as a reference point for his riff.

Take that baby him or her away from the African mother, away from the African community, away from the African experience … and put them Africans at the breasts of Yale, Harvard, University of Chicago, those trinity schools, UCLA or U.C. Berkley. Turn them into biscuits then they’ll get that alien DNA all up inside their brain and they will turn on their own people in defense of the ones who are keeping their own people under oppression.

“There is white racist DNA running through the synapses of their under-brain tissue,” he continued.

They will kill their own kind, defend the enemies of their kind or anyone who is perceived to be the enemy of the milky white way of life.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/07/08/reverend-wright-knocks-obama-in-sunday-sermon/#ixzz203dIJSwr

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